The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorder. The ASP has been in the forefront of providing services and training to families living with autism.

16 November 2013

Seminar on Training & Job Coaching Persons with Autism

Vocational Training for Persons with Autism
9:00 am -12:00 pm

The seminar will center on transition and vocational training concepts, principles and best practices that will equip participants in creating vocational skills training programs for adolescents and adults with special needs. These will be coupled with hands-on experiences from vocational skills training and life skills training programs. It will likewise discuss the use of the Structured Teaching principle based on the acclaimed TEACCH approach and its role in program implementation. Factors, issues, and concerns related to work transition will be tackled, as well. A short workshop on Transition Planning will likewise be conducted.

ABCs of Job Coaching
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

The seminar will focus on supported employment and job coaching concepts, principles and best practices. It will likewise include guidelines, tips, roles, and responsibilities for job coaches in the Philippine setting. The discussion will be paired with the hands-on experiences of The Learning Center, Inc. (TLC)’s On-the-Job Training Program since 2002.

Ms. Maria Yolanda Michelle A. Bautista or Teacher Landa graduated with a BA Social Science Degree (Major in Behavioral Studies) from the University of the Philippines, Manila. She completed her Master’s Degree in Education (Major in Special Education) at the University of the Philippines, Diliman. Shortly after, she finished a Social Entrepreneurship Training Program for Professionals at Ateneo de Manila University’s School of Government.

Teacher Landa is the Executive Director of The Learning Center, Inc. or TLC, non-stock, non-profit Special Education center for children, adolescents, and adults with special needs accredited by the Department of Education (DepEd) and certified by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC). She is responsible for the successful leadership and overall management of TLC’s programs, services, and school operations. She likewise develops the school's Special Education Curricula from early intervention to vocational skills training.

Venue: Legislative Building, Quezon City Hall
Date: 30 November 2013, Saturday

Register online today! Seminar fee is inclusive of certificate, handouts and snacks.

Single Seminar                  Member     Non-Member
Pre-reg until Nov 22               500.00             600.00
On-site Registration                600.00             700.00

Double Seminar                Member Non-Member
Pre-reg until Nov 22               800.00          1,000.00
On-site Registration             1,000.00          1,200.00

Pre-registered participants may pay to Autism Society Philippines, Metro Bank, Kamias Branch Account # 047-3-04751874-2. Please fax the deposit slip with the name/s of participant/s to ASP office and bring it on the day of the seminar. On-site registrants will be accepted depending on the availability of slots. There will only be 70 slots available. No refund will be given to participants who did not show up on the date of the seminar. For more details, please call ASP at +632-926-6941 or +632-929-8447.

The ASP Seminar Series serve as a platform to educate Filipino parents and professionals on the various interventions, modalities and theories surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder. Their application and implementation are left at your discretion. The views and personal experiences of the speakers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organization.

2 comments:

InnerJourney said...

Hi
My name is Sandie from Malaysia. I am wondering if you will be able to help me in this area


I know of a 3 year old boy who has a little challenge in his growing up years. He was diagnosed autistic about a year ago and has been undergoing treatment in a Singapore hospital for almost a year and is making satisfactory progress. The therapists attending to him hail from Philippines and Singapore.

Would you know of similar therapists in Philippines who might like to look into the possibility of taking up a private post to this child in Malaysia. We are looking at female, fresh graduates in that capacity. It will be a lived in job with the family and her responsibility is mainly to design the child's activities for optimum progress. She will also accompany the child and the mother to Singapore twice weekly for treatments and in so doing the therapist will actually acquire on the job training which will be useful to her in the future

Thank you
Sandie
Malaysia

Autism Society Philippines said...

As a family support organization, ASP is sympathetic to the plight of parents all over the world in search of the right intervention professionals for their children. However, ASP is not legally authorized to refer individuals for foreign employment. Our organization is profoundly invested in keeping educators, therapists and medical specialists in the Philippines to care for an ever increasing population of individuals with autism. We wish you the best of luck!

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